dopaminergic cell groups
The term dopaminergic cell groups refers to collections of neurons in the central nervous system that have been demonstrated by histochemical fluorescence to contain the neurotransmitter dopamine ( Fuxe-1970 ). They are named A8 cell group, A9 cell group, A10 cell group, A11 cell group, A12 cell group, A13 cell group, A14 cell group, A15 cell group, A16 cell group, A17 cell group ( Smeets-1994 ), Aaq cell group ( Felten-1983 ) and telencephalic DA cell group ( Dubach-1994 ).

Also known as: DA cell groups, dopaminergic nucleiNeuroNames ID : 3138

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